Kenai Riverside Lodge
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... park, there are several along the way. The day is partly sunny and driving and road conditions are good although we have to stop twice for pilot cars as they are doing road maintenance. We find a park but the sites are too small for our big rig. We continue on to Wasilla and stop at their Walmart for some supplies. I decide to continue on all the way to JBER and we arrive around 5PM after driving well over 200 miles. We get a spot once ...
... beer with the rest of the drinks in the store… So we get a basket full of stuff… I’ve found a new book to read… and a new audio book for us to listen to… and Connie’s picked up her needs as well… And Rowdy gets his salmon dry dog kibbles… I’m surprised that some of the items are the same as in the Lower 48 where others were about 20-25% higher… and the shelves were full… There’s something wrong with ...
... patches of green shrubs. Clouds hang at the mountain ridges, and pockets of snow are like a checkerboard on the peaks and slopes.
More construction awaits us as crews work to replace guardrails and re-pave the road. Here and there waterfalls of snow melt run wild down the green carpeted hillsides. The spruce and alder trees are scattered everywhere. We drive over bridge after bridge of meandering creeks.
Kenai Princess Lodge ...
... clearance in the wheel well to get the tire off. With the new axle and the raised camper, it should have worked to just jack up the side with the flat and get it changed without difficulty. But that didn't work. We still had to do it the old way, and even then we didn't have the clearance we needed to get around the wheel well and get the tire off. The left side would drop but the right side wouldn't. But Shane kept at it and finally was able to get the old one ...
... Stopped at an animal rescue conservation park where they take in wounded or abandoned animals. They are also preparing a herd of wood bison, once thought to be extinct, back into the wild. Great collection of lynx, caribou, moose, black bear, brown bear, wood bison, etc.
Arrived at Rick & Wendy Stolz mid-afternoon, visited while she put up salmon, and enjoyed a fine dinner in Anchorage.
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